In the first place, we earnestly implore Allah to guide you to the best and to protect you from all sources of evils. Our first advice for you is to repeat the following protective supplications on a regular basis both in the morning and evening three times or more.
1.Bismillahi alladhi la yadurru ma`a ismihi shay’un fi al-ardi wa la fi as-sama’i wa huwa as-sami`u al-`alim
(In the name of Allah; with His name, nothing whatsoever on earth or heaven can inflict any harm; He is All-Hearing and All-Knowing).
2.Hasbiya Allahu la ilaha illa huwa `alayhi tawakkaltu wahuwa rabbu al-`arshi al-`azhim
(Allah suffices me; there is no god but He; in Him I place my sole trust; He is the Lord of the mighty Throne).
3.Allaahumma ini a`duhu bika min hamazati ash-shayatin wa a`udhu bika rabbi an yahdurun
(O Allah, I seek refuge in You from the whisperings of Satan; my Lord, I seek refuge in You from their presence around me).
4.A`udhu bi `izzati Allahi wa qudratihi mimma ajidu wa uhadhiru
(I seek refuge in Allah’s glory and power from the affliction and pain I experience and suffer from).
As for Hypnosis and Islam’s stance on it, Dr. Muzammil Siddiqi, former President of the Islamic Society of North America, states: “Hypnosis is defined as “altered state of consciousness and heightened responsiveness to suggestions.” In a normal person it is induced by a variety of methods and has been used occasionally in medical and psychiatric treatment. It, probably, has some medical and psychiatric benefits and for this purpose it can be permitted in Islam. But hypnosis is not a definite source of knowledge. The scholars on this subject point out that hypnosis lends itself to misinterpretation. It is said, “The revival through hypnosis of early, forgotten memories may be fused with fantasies. Research into hypnotically induced memories in recent years has in fact stressed their uncertain reliability. For this reason, a number of state court systems in the US have placed increasing constraints on the use of evidence hypnotically obtained from witnesses…”
The doctrines and beliefs in Islam are not taken from hypnotic experiences, they are taken from the Divine Revelations that came to the most trustworthy Messenger of Allah. According to the Qur’an and Sunnah there is no “reincarnation” (tanasukh al-arwah) but there will be indeed “resurrection” (ba`th).
It has become clear now that hypnosis is not a definite source of knowledge, and hence the actions of that man can’t be definite or effective especially when one protects himself making use of the above supplications.